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Ripple Blade Technique
By Marie Segal

Shown above is the Ripple Blade CrossCut by Mindy From Texas
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The sequence above shows Denice Stienmann's Fold Back technique
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This series shows the technique of cutting ripple slices and placing them on a #1 sheet of gold and rolling through the Pasta machine on a #1 thickness setting. Click pictures for a larger view.

Elise Winters Technique
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©2001-Marie Segal

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